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Jerusalem Kugel Recipe

A peppery kugel encased in a crunchy shell
Sep 23, 2014 10:00 am
Photo: Evan Sung

This is the first recipe in Crispianity, a weekly column devoted to all foods crispy and crunchy, two of the most underappreciated attributes of a great dish. Unlike the kugels most of us are familiar with from Rosh Hashanah meals or Yom Kippur breakfasts, this one packs a wallop of heat thanks to a pile of black pepper. Don't tackle the Jewish holidays without this sweet, spicy, crunchy comfort food.

Is The Ramen Boom Over In Japan?

Once an obsession, the novelty has worn off
Aug 12, 2014 2:00 pm

Think about Japanese food and chances are that a bowl of piping hot ramen noodles comes to mind. And why wouldn’t it? Ramen is definitely having a moment in the United States. Despite its newfound global presence, however, there is one place that has seen a dip in the dish’s popularity: Japan. Read on.

Soba, Bun, Naengmyeon: 7 Refreshing Asian Noodle Recipes For A Hot Day

We've got perfect noodle bowls for every season
Jun 16, 2014 12:00 pm

Check out the lighter side of the noodle bowl with these 8 recipes tailored specifically for warmer weather. Do you really want to be eating spaghetti bolognese when it's 85 degrees out? Swap out heavy starches for light rice or soba noodles, and lighten up with Asian flavors, lots of vegetables and lean proteins. You can even go vegan without missing a beat. Ready your chopsticks and discover tonight's dinner after the jump.

José Andrés' Rossejat With Shrimp Recipe

A Catalan staple with an Italian influence
Feb 26, 2014 4:00 pm
rossejat recipe

It's Fantasy Travel Week on Food Republic, so we're running recipes from the restaurants at the world's most elite and elegant hotels. Up next, a Catalan shrimp dish influenced by Italian cuisine, by José Andrés served at the SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills and SLS Hotel South Beach.

When Food Travel Takes You To The Land Of Milk And Barbecued Rat

Vietnamese noodles to pork fat in Minsk
Feb 26, 2014 12:00 pm

David Farley once flew from New York to Hoi An to eat cau lau, a porky noodle dish that — due to local ingredients and the fact that one family has a monopoly on making the mysterious noodle in the dish — can only be made in this coastal central Vietnamese town. And chose to go to Tokyo just so I could eat just-pulled-from-the-sea sushi at the Tsukiji Market. He went to Bologna to eat everything (as one does). But not everything worked out so well.

8 Ways To Get A Bowl Of Asian Noodles On Your Dinner Table Tonight

Have you looked outside? You need some noodles.
Feb 10, 2014 2:00 pm

With this nasty winter weather in mind, you probably could use a bowl of Asian noodles for dinner tonight. Yeah? If you're following our lead, here are some of our favorite winter noodle recipes published on Food Republic.

10 Ramen-Themed Reasons For An Etsy Splurge

Need a cool Patron Saint of Ramen print? Noodlebot?
Feb 5, 2014 1:00 pm

When you fall down the Etsy hole, you buy things like salad-themed press-on nails and a hairbow made from a ramen noodles wrapper. Check out 10 ramen-themed gifts and put your Valentine's gift fears to rest. Everyone loves noodles.

Cold Korean Buckwheat Noodles Recipe

Homemade noodles pay tribute to the 1988 Olympics
Dec 30, 2013 1:00 pm
Photo: Noah Fecks

Today, Korean cuisine is still woefully underrepresented outside metropolitan East and West Coast cities. Thankfully, the brilliant and polished Scott Hocker has created a dish to introduce the flavor and excitement of Korean cuisine to American cooks and diners. The recipe, after the jump.

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